Sergio Ramos has been hailed as "a special player" and "role model" as he prepares to lead his team out in Sunday's Euro 2020 qualifier against the Faroe Islands and join Iker Casillas as Spain's most capped player.
The 33-year-old captain scored in Thursday's 2-1 win in Romania and is now set to match his former Real Madrid and Spain team mate Casillas' record of 167 caps in Gijon.
Spain coach Robert Moreno paid tribute to the defender ahead of the match, saying Ramos had helped him adapt to...
The Real Madrid centre-back scored Spain's opener in the 29th minute from the penalty spot before running to one of the TV cameras behind the goal to perform a glasses gesture by cupping his eyes with his fingers.
German referee Deniz Aytekin showed a yellow card to Ramos as he believed he was trying to provoke the crowd.